Wrongful Death Attorneys in Los Angeles is a law firm that will defend you in cases where a loved one has wrongfully died. We understand the frustration, anger, sadness, and so many other feelings that come when a loved one has passed, but even more so when the death is a senseless, wrongful one.
We want to help you find justice for your loved one and help others too by spreading the word about companies who are negligent so that no other person has to go through their loved one dying because of irresponsibility. If you know of wrongful death in Los Angeles and need help bringing your loved one justice, we are more than happy to help.
What are the areas in which you practice?
Our practice areas are defective products, work-related deaths, negligence, and medical malpractice.
In cases of a wrongful death because of a defective product, the case can be created if the products did not include a warning label, or if the warning label was not designed as it should be. There is also the possibility of an error happening in the manufacturing process that made the product dangerous to use, and the manufactures did not detect it and still went on sale. The last possibility is if the design of the product is harmful and puts the user at risk.
Work-related deaths are when a person dies when they are at work. It could be for many reasons, like being exposed to dangerous substances, accidents when operating machinery, mechanical failures, and many others. If you are unsure if the death of your loved one qualifies, please contact us, and we will be happy to help and answer any questions.
If you are attempting to file a claim for negligence, this means that your loved one did not correctly receive the care they needed and deserved. The parent, guardian, or person in charge and was irresponsible and caused death to occur.
In cases of medical malpractice, you may be able to file a claim if the doctor misdiagnosed the patient, made errors, used the incorrect technique, was careless, and many others.
Who qualifies to file a claim?
The person who is able to file a claim for their loved one passing away is any person who is closely related to the person who has passed away, anyone who is dependent on the deceased for financial support, or anyone who was related to the deceased by marriage, either legally or non-legally.
Please remember that there are time limits to when you can file a claim; in many cases, you must file within two years of the death in California. It is best if you contact us as soon as possible for a free consultation so we can get started on your case. If you wait too long, it can be harder to find evidence to prove your case. Please take action immediately so that you can receive the compensation you deserve.
Our team is fully prepared to help you through the process. We will defend you every step of the way.